Answered By: ask crisslibrary Last Updated: May 06, 2015 Views: 2
I would start in the database, "Academic Search Complete." Here is a link that will take you there:
Academic Search Complete is the first link at the top of the page. Once in the database, in the top search box, I would type in: "organ donations." With the double quotations, as this will help make your search more relevant. You could also try: donations of organs, tissues, transplantations of organs, or organ donors. In the second search box (next to the "AND"), you could type in additional keywords to narrow your search, as "organ donations" is very broad and is going to bring back hundreds of search results. So here, you could try: law, legislation, ethics, medical ethics, religion, etc. This depends on what aspect of organ donations you're researching. Please see the screenshot below for a sample search that I did. I think you'll find some good articles in Academic Search Complete. Also, if you haven't already, you need to have your library account created in order to access articles/databases from off-campus. I'm attaching instructions in case you haven't done this yet. Please let me know if you need further assistance.
In person: Make an appointment with a Research Librarian.